Equality and Diversity

Women face 37 years longer at work to reach pensions equality

To reach retirement parity, a woman in her 20s today will have to work 37 years longer than a man the same age to accumulate the same income.

Young female savers are set to have £100k less in retirement income than their male counterparts, according to data from Scottish Widows.

The firm said that lower average earnings, part-time work and taking time out of paid employment to care for family is setting women back by almost four

s has found that there is still some way to go before the gender pensions gap closes.To reach retirement parity, a woman in her 20s today will have to work 37 years longer than a man the same age to a

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